PARIS — French President Emmanuel Macron says his glamorous Paris attraction offensive on Donald Trump might have changed the U.S. president’s mind approximately local weather change.
Macron defended his outreach to Trump, saying in an interview Sunday within the Magazine du dimanche newspaper “our countries are buddies, so we should always be too.”
After a hectic, white-knuckle handshake at their first assembly in Might, Macron stated they received “better, intimate wisdom of every other” all through Trump’s visit final week.
Macron mentioned “Trump listened to me” on their main element of contention — Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement— and, “mentioned he may attempt to discover a resolution in the coming months.”
The French leader stated Trump’s talk over with used to be in moderation choreographed to provide Americans a “more potent symbol of France” after deadly Islamic extremist assaults broken tourism.